55 Maud St, GEELONG VIC 3220

    $230 per week per week
55 Maud St, GEELONG VIC 3220
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55 Maud St, GEELONG VIC 3220

55 Maud St, GEELONG VIC 3220
    $230 per week per week


The Iconic is a beautiful, heritage-listed house split over 4 levels and offers the perfect base to experience student life and accommodation- perfectly located within a short walk to Geelong Waterfront Deakin University, Geelong City Centre and Geelong Train station.

*** Please select “Contact Agent” or “Book Inspection” if you wish to inspect. We will then contact you to arrange a time***

– Single rooms from $230 per week
– Total of 8 showers, 6 toilets and 26 rooms
– Minimum 6 month lease
– 10+ on site car space available (Free, 1st come first basis)
– Split over 4 levels
– CCTV systems providing 24/7 security in common areas and outside the building
– Fully furnished house & rooms (Bring your own pots, pans, plates forks etc.)
– Each room has a king-single bed, fridge, wall-mounted TV, desk & chair
– Rent includes all bills (electricity, gas, internet, water)
– 15 min walk to Water Front Deakin University.
– Each room has free standing robes supplied
– Cleaner supplied who comes once a day for all common areas
– 3 lounge areas with TV’s
– Lockable bedroom and bathroom doors

***Please note, you must be a student to reside in this property as per the planning permit requirements. Online or onsite students welcome**

What makes a good share house? Your house mates! Therefore, only friendly, social and clean people need apply. Bond 1 months’ rent (a bit over 4 weeks rent).

Book an Inspection:
Send us an enquiry through ‘Email Agent’ and we will notify you of all available inspections as soon as possible. Please ensure you register for inspections as changes may occur.

History of this building:
After 160 years, we invite you to experience this rare and splendid monument to Victoria’s past.
This Tudor Gothic building was the original site of Geelong Grammar School. The Governor of Victoria, Sir Henry Barkly, laid its foundation stone in 1857 with the Bishop of Melbourne and the Archdeacon of Geelong in attendance. The student boarder population grew rapidly to call 55 Maud Street their home.
After the school relocated to a larger site in 1914, the building was subdivided into a factory and a guesthouse called the Dysart Private Hotel. In 1961, it was again converted into the Reformed Theological College then later a private residence. And now it is restored back to life offering the best student accommodation in Geelong.

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